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In order to film Need for Speed, the filmmakers made their cameras very, very fast

The Need for Speed film starring Aaron Paul and Imogen Poots has released a new behind-the-scenes clip explaining how the filmmakers are able to film the exceedingly fast race cars featured in the movie.
Gaming

Amazon reportedly preparing to launch $300 Android gaming console

Amazon is reportedly working on a new gaming system for the living room that will use a Snapdragon processor, utilize an Android operating device, and cost around $300.
Gaming

Borderlands 2 to add a colorblind mode in forthcoming update

Gearbox Software plans to add a colorblind mode in a forthcoming update to Borderlands 2, with three different options for the three different types of colorblindness.
Mobile

Angry Birds creator claims no Internet devices may be safe from NSA

A new batch of documents leaked by Edward Snowden show that the National Security Agency and GCHQ, its counterpart in the UK, have been working to develop ways to access a wealth of personal data through so-called “leaky” apps.
Gaming

Sly Cooper movie stealing theater screens in early 2016

Get your first look at the Sly Cooper movie, a Blockade Entertainment production with CG work from Rainmaker Entertainment and creative input from Sony and Sucker Punch. It's due in theaters in early 2016.
Gaming

Nintendo’s mobile strategy to involve marketing demos instead of full games [updated]

It appears Nintendo's plan to use mobile devices to grow its business will involve a free app showcasing new games, with content designed to tempt users into investing in its ecosystem. But will that really go any way toward boosting its…
Game Review

Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition Review

Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition review.
Gaming

ESL offers a $100K winner-take-all StarCraft II World Championship

On March 13-16, Poland will play host to Intel and the Electronic Sports League’s Intel Extreme Masters StarCraft II World Championship, featuring a $100,000 winner-take-all purse.
Gaming

Infamous: Second Son devs discuss bringing the game home to Seattle

Developer Sucker Punch is located in Bellvue, Washington, a suburb of Seattle. That location has helped in the design of Infamous: Second Son, which is set in a future version of the Emerald City.
Gaming

27 million people play League of Legends each day

Riot Games’ multiplayer online battle arena game, League of Legends, is doing very well. After earning more than $600 million in 2013, Riot has confirmed that 27 million people play each day.
Gaming

Titanfall beta may be coming on February 14

The Xbox One (and PC/Xbox 360) title everyone is holding their breath for may enter beta testing on February 14. The online-only multiplayer will be released on March 11.